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Last edited by DanPrixGTP; 04-04-2013 at 12:55 PM.
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Is your car supercharged?
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT : Stock and slow and SOLD.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Special Edition
The car has: 10,000k H.I.D. Conversion Kit, Clear Corners, New Headlights, Sony Deck (That can flip down and hide iPod behind the Deck) Pioneer Tweeters, Pioneer 5.25in Front Speakers, Kenwood 6x9 Performance Series Rear speakers, 1200 Watt SPL Amp, 12 Band cobra radar hardwired, Painted Calipers, 2004 Comp-G Rims, Triple gauge A-Pillar, Red overlays, Supercharged Decal on front windshield, Rear Tinted Windows. No engine Mods yet but soon to come. Tell me what you think and any opinions on what to change or add for looks or anything. Thanks
Na its not Supercharged. LoL
Car Cover FTW during winter since my parents take up the garage.
It has 132,000 Miles. Not to high but not low. I think thats pretty low for being a 14 year old car since its a 1997
So i guess my mileage is high for a 97. Damn :/
Slick car, looks clean as hell.
No worries on the mileage bro, my 2003 just rolled over 190K. And my 97 intrepid had 254k when I sold it, still ran like a boss. Of course, I live in FL so we drive 15 miles to a convenience store.
Your GP looks good.
Is your radar hardwired or just routed out of the way, through the A-pillar?
Post up some under hood pictures.
'04 GP CompG - piece of sheet metal
Originally Posted by Turbocharged400sbc
So what gauges fill that pod?
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To much advertisement! At least remove the ones on the side skirts.
maaaan if these wheels came in 18 id so get them. car looks good.
2001 GT Special Edition - 170k miles, runs strong.
And is a racekar. Not.
Radar is hardwired. Engine is completely stock but I'll still put up picks. And my A-Pillar has boost, volts, air to fuel ratio (which is a joke) I'm going to take two gauges out and put in wideband AF and an Aerforce Scan Gauge